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STATEMENT ON THE TWIN BOMB ATTACKS AT CENTRAL POLICE STATION AND PARLIAMENT AVENUE ON 16TH NOVEMBER 2021


Published On November 17, 2021 5:00 pm  |  by UHRC

On 16th November 2021 at around 10:00am, while all peace loving Ugandans were going about their work, terrorists aimed their tools of terror in the Central Business District at Central Police Station and Parliament Avenue which houses several Government and private offices,  resulting in the death of 3 people alongside 3 suicide bombers and injuring 36 others. 

This incident comes at a time when there have been several other isolated incidents of terror starting with the bomb attack in Komamboga, all of which have resulted in to loss of life, personal injuries, loss of livelihood and loss of property. It also comes on the backdrop of the week commemorating the November 18th 2020 riots in which both civilians and security personnel were injured as the country prepared to hold general elections.

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